Hospitality Inn Port Hedland
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Staff and Meals, and accommodation very good. The Motel is very clean and tidy, and the staff were very helpful.
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Sunday, 5th October
Before heading off this morning we had another drive along the beach and a bit of a fish but with no success. Drove into a head wind all the way to Port Hedand, and was greeted by a not very attractive view of red dust filling the air around a very industrial looking town.
We went out to the Cooke Point tourist park and although still windy the air seemed to be clearer. After setting up we took a drive along the foreshore ...
... side for the returning crew member to climb up. It is a long way down some of these ladders and some were very steep. We cruised right around the harbour dropping off and picking up seafarers from 8 different ships.
Of the 16 active berths in the port, 8 belong to BHP, 4 to Fortescue Metal Group and the remaining 4 to the Port Hedland Port Authority . Whilst it is mainly iron ore loaded onto the ships, copper, salt (there are two large ...
... thing about taking decent photos.
From Barn Hill we travelled just over 200 kms south to 80 Mile Beach, the wind was so strong at Barn Hill it would have blown a dog off a chain and unfortunately for us the wind was a cross/head wind which made it a tough day for towing. The display on the cars dash said we had more than enough fuel to get to the next fuel stop, the Sandfire Roadhouse but with the wind blowing the way it was we only just made it. We ...
It's a late start this morning, so we're not on the road till about 9.30. We're taking a side trip to Onslow, which is about 70kms off the main road. The reason we're doing this trip is because we've read a bit of history about the town and we're interested intaking a look around. The town was move from it's original site, 20 kms out of town, to where is now located. There is an interesting display ...
We drove back to Hedland today and got set up on Scott's property who Dean would be working with for a few weeks. Once set up we went to the pub with Kurt who also was staying on the property for some lunch and so the boys could watch the footy as it was only on Foxtel. In the afternoon we also met Brendon and Kristie who had two dogs (Wally and Polly) also staying at the property but was packing up to leave for the night. Sunday morning and we went out for breakfast with ...